Complete your Teddy Pendergrass collection. Philadelphia International Records. Tp (LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl).
TP is the fourth album by R&B singer Teddy Pendergrass. It reached No. 14 on the US pop albums chart and No. 3 on the US R&B albums chart. It spawned the top ten singles, "Can't We Try", which was also featured in the soundtrack to the film Roadie, and "Love . It's also his only album while at Philadelphia International Records without any input from label founders Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff. Is It Still Good to Ya?" (Nickolas Ashford, Valerie Simpson).
More albums from Teddy Pendergrass: Live! Coast To Coast by Teddy Pendergrass. This One’s For You by Teddy Pendergrass. Teddy Pendergrass by Teddy Pendergrass. Workin’ It Back by Teddy Pendergrass. View all albums . TP. By: Teddy Pendergrass (1980, Funk, Soul). 1. Is It Still Good To Ya.
TP. Teddy Pendergrass. Released July 25, 1980. April 13 – The Broadway musical Grease closes its run of 3,388 performances, April 14 A member of the New Jersey State assembly introduces a resolution to make Bruce Springsteens Born to Run the official state song. 8. Live! Coast to Coast – Coast to Coast was the first live album and fourth overall album by R&B crooner Teddy Pendergrass. It was recorded in Philadelphia in 1978 and Los Angeles in 1979.
com/Teddy Pendergrass. Teddy Pendergrass (album). Teddy Pendergrass was the debut solo album from the American R&B/soul singer, Teddy Pendergrass. It did well for a debut album, reaching on the US Billboard 200 and on the Billboard R&B album chart. Two singles were released: "I Don't Love You Anymore"; and "The Whole Town's Laughing at Me", reaching pop & R&B; and R&B respectively.
Teddy Pendergrass was near, if not at, the pinnacle of a prosperous music career upon this album's release, which spawned two Top Ten singles. Can't We Try," with its tender introduction, slowly builds into a dramatic vamp in which Pendergrass' domineering baritone clinches each lyric with absolute conviction - an awesome display of vocal power and control. The compassionate number peaked at number three on the Billboard R&B charts after 16 weeks. Pendergrass did not lose any steam on the charts. The follow-up single, "Love .
|A1||Is It Still Good To Ya
Producer – Ashford & Simpson
|A2||Take Me In Your Arms Tonight
Backing Vocals – The FuturesFeaturing – Stephanie MillsProducer – Dexter Wansel
|A3||I Just Called To Say
Producer – Cecil Womack, Dexter Wansel
|A4||Can't We Try
Backing Vocals – The Jones GirlsCo-producer – John R. Faith
|B1||Feel The Fire
Co-producer – Dexter WanselFeaturing – Stephanie Mills
|B2||Girl You Know
Producer – Ashford & Simpson
Backing Vocals – The FuturesProducer – Dexter Wansel
|B4||Let Me Love You
Producer – Jerry Cohen, McFadden & Whitehead
|FZ 36745||Teddy Pendergrass||TP (LP, Album)||Philadelphia International Records||FZ 36745||US||1980|
|FZT 36745||Teddy Pendergrass||TP (Cass, Album, Dol)||Philadelphia International Records||FZT 36745||Canada||1980|
|PIR 84542||Teddy Pendergrass||TP (LP, Album)||Philadelphia International Records||PIR 84542||UK||1980|
|T4-66691, 0777-7-66691-4-4||Teddy Pendergrass||TP (Cass, Album, RE)||The Right Stuff, The Right Stuff||T4-66691, 0777-7-66691-4-4||US||1993|
|T2-66691||Teddy Pendergrass||TP (CD, Album, RE)||The Right Stuff||T2-66691||US||1993|